Thursday, December 30, 2010

The Tyler Cowen

  1. A look back at Foreign Policy's art this year, for which the magazine has been nominated twice by the National Magazine Awards. 
  2. North Korean rice prices jump after the shelling of Yeongpyeong. With currency pegged, economic reactions to world events play out elsewhere. Thanks to the North Korean Economy Watch.
  3. The evolving state of artificial intelligence. It wasn't until we abandoned our attempts to mimic human logic that artificial intelligence started to really take off. Via The Browser. 
  4. After successfully flexing its muscle, a softer South Korea now appears open to more dialogue with the North and is expressing concern about the rights of North Korean citizens. 
  5. Wonderful subway-map inspired understanding of capitalism and misery via Cool Infographics.

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